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Thursday, May 5

Tresni -- Movie Of the Week 2


This Weeks Movie:

 Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels IMDB


Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels is a 1998 British crime film, this film is a classic! a must watch! one of my favorite films ever and it has so many good actors in it!


Synopsis of the movie: 
Four London working class stiffs pool their money to put one in a high stakes card game, but things go wrong and they end up owing half a million pounds and having one week to come up with the cash.








Now this movie isn't one which a large number of people have actually watched, as the synopsis says it is based in London with 4 guys who have to find half a million pounds in a week or the guy they owe the money to will basically cut off their fingers daily till they pay back.
I don't know if all of you will like the film as it does have many violent scenes and drug references in it but to be honest it just makes the film so much better.

With actors like Vinnie Jones, Jason Statham and Jason Flemyng they just fit the characters that they portray perfectly, I'd recommend this film to anyone as its a great watch and definitely on my list of must watch!


Trailer: 







If you like this you may also like:
- 2000
Very similar to Lock, Stock characters with a different story line written and directed by the same man: Guy Richie.














Anyway this movie of the week is a retro movie an older one compared to last time with the brand new movie Fast Five (if you haven't checked it out click here 'Fast Five Movie of the Week'

Thanks For Reading
I shall try to keep up to date :D
/Tresni

4 comments:

silentassasin said...

Have watch this movie already, and also Snatch, if Im not wrong both films are directed by Guy Ritchie. For me Lock, stock is much better than Snatch. Thanks for following my blog!

Zombie said...

Being an American we dont really get that many British movies over here but I will see if I can find this one!

AJay17 said...

2 of my favorite movies of all time :)

choikesta said...

Love both of these films, nice choice

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